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The first half of 2013 still holds the potential for volatility. But, as Subramanian explains, U.S. equities are poised over the longer term for strong returns. Find out which four key areas could fuel growth.
Companies in the S&P 100 are assuming a new leadership role in the markets. Here, Bartels outlines the benefits of these "mega caps" as long-term investments.
Businesses and industries most closely aligned with the broader recovery should fare well in 2013, according to our top equity strategist. Here, she reveals the sectors that show the greatest potential for growth.
Watch our top fixed income strategist explain why he sees short-term interest rates as likely staying near zero this year, but intermediate- and longer-term rates potentially creeping higher. If that happens, some investors might want to rethink their bond strategies.
There are two approaches to achieving higher yields in 2013. Here, Mauro offers strategies for both conservative-minded investors and those willing to take on more risk.
Our chief investment strategist outlines why he believes that emerging markets will remain attractive for investors in 2013 and beyond.
The U.S. housing market is finally showing signs of a sustained recovery, says our top housing expert. She explains how low inventory and new construction are affecting home prices and what that could mean for the market in years to come.
As the private sector's health improves, says Harris, the challenge now becomes getting the deficit under control. In this video he outlines the potential effects of fiscal austerity on the economy — and the engines of growth that could sustain the present recovery.
Domestic oil and gas production has surged in recent years. As Subramanian explains, the trend has important implications for investors, consumers and America's long-term energy outlook.
Greece's financial woes would appear to have an "outsized" impact on Europe and the broader global economy. But as Harris notes, the situation offers the chance to turn crisis into opportunity.
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